Wisconsin Mold & Tool Company was formed. The company produced tools, dies, and mouse and rat traps. It was located in a brick building at the present location.
Wisconsin Mold & Tool merged with Oregon Industries. Building #1 of the company expansion program began with the addition of a 15,000 square foot steel building.
The company developed and designed its first finished product: a commercial pizza oven called The Pizza Pal.
Building #2 of expansion was built right over the quonset huts where employees continued working. The corporate name changed to Wisco Industries, Inc. on September 8th.
Building #3 of expansion housed the Fast Food Division assembly personnel. This building currently houses the Welding Department.
Building #4, Press Brake Department, is started. Adopted current Wisco Industries, Inc. logo.
Construction of Building #5, Tool Room, and Front Office. 50% of gross dollar sales came from metal stampings, 50% from fast food equipment.
Establishment of Employee Safety Committee focused on promoting plant safety.
The need for semi-tractor trailer arrived. The company now has three trucks traveling Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, and Minnesota.
24,000 square foot Assembly Plant was built at Market Street. 30 years of business.
Began production of the iconic University of Wisconsin Memorial Union Terrace sunburst chairs.
Construction begins on additions to the Assembly Plant building expanding the facility to 48,000 square feet.
The company expands operations with the completion of a 29,000 square foot metal stamping plant in Cullman, Alabama.
Purchase of Robinson property at 808 Janesville Street. Historic Thomson house was moved to a new location in 1995.
16,000 square foot addition to the Cullman plant is completed adding fabrication capabilities to this location.
Safety and Training position created to focus on comprehensive training and safety programs.
72,000 square foot warehouse addition is added to the Assembly Plant.
8100 square feet of office space is added to the Assembly Plant. Wisco becomes ISO 9000 certified. Wisco Efficiency Improvement Team (WEIT) formed to explore ways to improve daily operations in the area of safety and productivity.
Wisco celebrates 60 years in business.
The company teams with Madison Area Technical College to provide onsite lean manufacturing training to assist in the implementation of a 5S program.